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Marty Stuart Announces Lineup For His “Late Night Jam”

Five time GRAMMY-winner Marty Stuart will be joined by country music greats Connie Smith and The Sundowners, The Wild Feathers, Rhiannon Giddens, Ashley McBryde, Tommy Emmanuel, The Grand Ole Opry Squaredancers and comedian Gary Mule Deer at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium for his 16th annual “Late Night Jam.” The show will take place during CMA’s Music Festival week on Wednesday, June 7th at 10:00PM CT. Tickets for Stuart’s “Late Night Jam” are on sale now and can be purchased here. Read more on Rolling Stone Country.

Last night, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, ahead of his headlining New York City Bowery Ballroom show on April 26th to perform “Time Don’t Wait” off their critically acclaimed album, Way Out West. Watch their stirring performance here.

Garden & Gun Magazine premiered the acoustic video for Marty Stuart’s “Wait For The Morning” along with an in-depth interview with him. The video captures a stripped down performance of the song, and you can watch it here. Marty Stuart also recently announced fall tour dates with Chris Stapleton. Stuart will be a special guest opener for arena dates in Baton Rouge, San Antonio, Bossier City, Austin, and Grand Rapids. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased here. Additionally, Stuart announced the West Coast leg of his headlining US tour in support of Way Out West, his 18th studio album. The new dates include stops in Los Angeles, Berkeley, Salt Lake City, Seattle and Portland (full dates below, with additional dates to be announced). Tickets for this tour are on sale now and can be found here. Ticket holders can also enter for the chance to meet Marty at a private meet and greet before each show here.

Produced by Mike Campbell (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), and featuring the Fabulous Superlatives –guitarist Kenny Vaughan, drummer Harry Stinson and new member, bassist Chris Scruggs– Marty’s longtime band, which NPR Music said could “melt your heart with four-part harmonies, rock your bones with honky tonk, and dazzle you with picking worthy of their name,” Way Out West is a cinematic tour-de-force.

Growing up in Philadelphia, Mississippi, Stuart was taken by the mystique of the Golden State: the culture, the movies and especially the music. “Everything that came out of California captivated my kid mind in Mississippi,” says Stuart. As such, the album could only be recorded in California, and Way Out West was tracked between the famed Capitol Records, which birthed iconic albums like the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds and the country-rock of Glen Campbell’s Wichita Lineman, and producer Mike Campbell’s M.C. Studio, where much of the early Heartbreakers music was recorded. Said Campbell about producing Stuart’s new record: “Working with Marty and the Superlatives was a blast, and it was fast! My role was easy, just set up the sound and let them play. Great guitars, great grooves, great vocals, they just have it all. This record is one of my favorite things I have ever been involved with.”

Way Out West Tracklist:
1. Desert Prayer- Part I
2. Mojave
3. Lost On The Desert
4. Way Out West
5. El Fantasma Del Toro
6. Old Mexico
7. Time Don’t Wait
8. Quicksand
9. Air Mail Special
10. Torpedo
11. Please Don’t Say Goodbye
12. Whole Lotta Highway (With A Million Miles To Go)
13. Desert Prayer – Part II
14. Wait For The Morning
15. Way Out West (Reprise)

Marty Stuart Tour Dateshttp://www.martystuart.net/events
April 25 /// Cambridge, MA /// The Sinclair
April 26 /// New York, NY /// Bowery Ballroom
April 28 /// Mt Tabor, NJ /// At The Tabernacle
April 29 /// Alexandria, VA /// The Birchmere
April 30 /// Wilkesboro, NC /// Merlefest
May 3 /// Charleston, SC /// Charleston Music Hall
May 4 /// Orlando, FL /// The Social
May 5/// Birmingham, AL /// The Lyric
May 6 /// Knoxville, TN /// The Bijou Theatre
May 11 /// St Louis, MO /// Off Broadway
May 12 /// Kansas City, MO /// Folly Theatre
May 13 /// Denver, CO /// Oriental Theater
May 15 /// Berkeley, CA /// Freight & Salvage
May 16 /// Anaheim, CA /// House of Blues
May 17 /// Solana Beach, CA /// Belly Up Tavern
May 18 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Largo at the Coronet
May 20 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// The State Room
May 21 /// Boise, ID /// Knitting Factory
May 22 /// Seattle, WA /// The Triple Door
May 23 /// Portland, OR /// Star Theater
May 28 /// Cumberland, MD /// DelFest
June 7 /// Nashville, TN /// Late Night Jam @ Ryman Auditorium
June 17 /// Hunter Mountain, NY /// Mountain Jam
June 18 /// Brownefield, ME /// Stone Mountain Arts Center
June 23 /// Bremen, GA /// Mill Theatre
July 30 /// Floyd, VA /// FloydFest
August 13 /// Regina, Sk /// Regina Folk Festival
September 22 /// Berryville, VA /// Historic Watermelon Park Fest
October 19 /// Baton Rouge, LA /// Raising Cane’s River Center Arena
October 20 /// San Antonio, TX /// AT&T Center
October 21 /// Bossier City, LA /// CenturyLink Center
October 26 /// Austin, TX /// Austin360 Amphitheater
November 4 /// Grand Rapids, MI /// Van Andel Arena
(More Dates To Be Announced)

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